10 December 2021

AN ISOLATED INCIDENT?

The rooftops of Le Grand-Pressigny in winter.

Well it seems that the refusal to accept my father's application in a Freepost envelope is a one off - an "isolated incident" unique to our local post office, according to the reply received by my MP from The Post Office, who looked into it very swiftly.  

I wonder.  My experience in the workplace is that employees rarely make a mistake only once, that they are not usually found out until it's happened several times and that for every example you find there will be several more that remain undiscovered.  

However, we are reassured that because the assistant did actually put it in the collection bag it probably will have been delivered.  No doubt we will find out in due course.  I expect there is also some relief in the MP's office that at least this particular system isn't broken.

Of course, the same principle applies to Christmas parties...for every one that is discovered there are almost certainly several that have not been found out about yet and that nobody will admit to !!

Bon weekend !!

3 comments:

  1. Oh I do hope it all gets sorted soon. I cannot begin to list the administrative hoops my cousins son has had to jump through following his mother's death. Some agencies have been brilliant, others less so. But we found the dept which deals with Power of Attorney incredibly helpful, and really kind (his mum had PofA for his Gran, and we needed to get that changed ASAP. The woman on the phone could not have been more helpful.)

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  2. At least you got a response. As far as I know our MP is still working on how we can get back to Yorkshire from Italy or maybe he is too busy partying.

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  3. I think your hypothesis is correct.

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